West Ham are believed to be close to agreeing a contract extension for Lukasz Fabianski, it has been exclusively reported by ExWHUEmployee.

Our Hammers goalkeeper, who last night put in an impressive display in our 2-0 victory over Freiburg at the London Stadium which saw West Ham claim top spot of Group A, is understood to have impressed the club this season with his performances and therefore is likely to be rewarded with a 1-year extension.

The win over the German side now sees the club qualify for European knockout football for the 3rd successive season, with West Ham now automatically in the last-16 round of the Europa League and therefore avoiding a play-off round with teams who have dropped down deom the Champions League.

Reporting on The West Ham Way Patreon, our Podcast co-host and club insider ExWHUEmployee has said that a new deal for the veteran would see him stay at the club as he reaches the 40 years old landmark.

“We believe that the club are looking to trigger another automatic one year extension to Lukasz Fabianski’s contract,” reported Ex on Patreon. “This extension would take the former Polish international until the summer of 2025 where he would have turned 40 years of age.

“The club are impressed with his form this season and believe he still has a lot to offer either as a first team or cup competition keeper.

“If the player then leaves in 2025 he would have completed 7 years at the club having signed from Swansea City in 2018.”